When you need private duty home care, you need to know the very best place to begin.


  • The place to begin to find the very best agency suited specifically to your loved ones needs, and the agency most respected for their specialization in your loved ones diagnosis
  • The place to begin to find the very best caregiver – the one who will nurture your loved one and provide them with compassionate and professional care
  • The place to begin to find the very best home care team that will be there for you – 24 hours per day
  • The place to begin to find the very best people that will give you the guidance and support you need, and the peace of mind you deserve.

    The place to begin is ElderCare at Home

In support of our geriatric care management services, ElderCare at Home is licensed by the state of Florida as a nurse registry. Our ElderCare Specialists are independent companions, certified nurses assistants (CNA), Home Health Assistants (HHA), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), and Registered Nurses (RN) that have been specially trained to provided exceptional care to Alzheimer’s, dementia or other memory impaired patients.

Each ElderCare Specialist has been individually selected and recommended to you based upon his or her compassion, skills, and expertise in enhancing the quality of life for the aging adult.

ElderCare at Home requires each applicant to complete a thorough screening and orientation process that exceeds state, and other common accreditation and licensing standards. When an applicant meets our strict criteria they then work directly with our care managers and focus on the specific needs of each patient and family that they serve.

The following is a list of the most common services our Registered Nurses (RN’s), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN’s), Certified Nurses Aides (CNA’s), and Home Health Aides (HHA’s) provide:

Affordable Private Duty Home Care Services

Assistance with bathing, dressing, walking and personal care One Hour & 2 Hour Bath Visits
Nutritious Meal Preparation Live-In Care
Light housekeeping and laundry (see Comforting Companions™ for complete list) Wound Care
Transportation & Errands Incontinence Care
Respite Care Pre-Operative & Post-Operative Care
Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care & Support Wound Care
End-of Life Home Care Services Friendship & Companionship
Palliative Care & Support Socialization & Social Activities
Medication Management Cognitive Stimulation
Medical and Patient Advocacy Affordable, temporary, full-time or part-time care


Alzheimer’s/Dementia Specific Home Care Services CNA’s, HHA’s, RN’s,
LPN’s and Companions